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meeting going on in boston. "the washington examiner" says rush limbaugh, sean hannity and mark levin are being eyed as 2016 debate moderators. >> which is amazing. i love the idea, frankly. it's funny, because their justification is we want to hear from the real grassroots conservatives. now anyone who was watching the debates last time around did not have any problem hearing from the quote/unquote real grassroots conservatives. the problem was that those debates pulled their candidates so far to the right, exposed the baseness and the extreme nature of the party. i don't think there is anyone better to do that than a rush limbaugh and a sean hannity and a mark levin. >> well, today, goldie, rush limbaugh told his audience he doesn't know if it will work because he is too famous. take a listen. >> i don't see how i can do it. i'm too famous. this moderating republican debates. did you see that throughout? i think i'd overshadow it. i'm too famous. it would be a tough call. it would be a real, real, real tough call. anyway, well, yeah, yeah, yeah. it could get ratings. there is no que
and show you from here on up because i don't want to show my stomach right now. drake performed, big sean was there. if i had a sweet 16 party, this is how i'd want to do it. >> this is the first time big sean has been spotted since the attack. >> which attack do you speak of here? >> the one gets him on his racket. [ laughter ] >> he's okay. >> so it wasn't a party, it was an alice in wonderland theme. >> why would she give an alice and wonder land party. >> the difference is she's a jenner. >> what is a male stripper, a dude that scared -- >> some other girl should have had on bikinis and boys should have had on thongs and should have did that. we sitting here playing like we're just going to disappear. lamar was not there. kanye was not there. why was lamar not there? >> he proent e probably went to pick up stuff when the party started and never came back. >> glad it's not chicken and waffles or something. that's what i would say. >> ludacris, would you perform at a sweet 16 party? >> i've performed at plenty sweet 16 parties. >> so it's chick 16 and she turns 16, do you kiss her on th
, little bit. >> sean. this is my friend simone. >> what's up, simone? >> how you doing? >> i'm fine. >> hey, simone. >> hey. how was the game? >> oh. well, it was, uh... good for me but not so good for them. >> hey, man, my shot was off. >> of course it was off. that's because i blocked it way off up in the bleachers. >> is embarrassing me really necessary in front of the women? >> ain't no women here. i don't see nothing but two little girls. and that's what you get for calling me "old man." >> that was old-school. >> well, will, you know, they say the hearing is the first thing to go. >> [ laughing ] that's funny. go where? >> hey, man, about tonight, go ahead and ask him. >> no, you ask him. >> come on, we discussed this. you supposed to ask him, man. >> rock, paper, scissors. you lost. >> yeah, but you cheated all seven times. will, derek has something he wants to ask you. >> what's up, derek? >> hey, um, so, we were thinking of having a quiet little get-together over at the house tonight -- you know, kind of like a bible study, and, uh, we're a little short on chairs. >> you're
with a soldier who was wounded at at fort hood on the post there. retired arm staff sergeant sean man something with us live. his reaction coming at the bottom of the hour from his home in the state of washington. what a road he has had to travel. we'll talk to sean coming up here. martha: we're looking forward to that and hearing from all those individuals. so important as the family members point out. in the meantime let's get awe snapshot on the health of the u.s. economy because we got some new numbers this morning. here is the commerce department number. they say the economy grew at 2.5% from april to june. that is sharply higher than previous estimates but it is not a great number overall. stuart varney joins me now, host of "varney & company" on the fox business network. stuart, good morning to you. >> good morning, martha. martha: what do you make of it? >> you are right but it is not a great number overall but it is an improvement. martha, welcome to the new normal, are you happy with it? new normal means very modest rate of growth and still the worst recovery from any recession since
. the dnc and the president's grassroots organization obama for america. sean spicer is the communications director for the rnc. good morning. >> thanks for having me. >> dnc spokesman says an odd way to start your meeting by attacking them. he says your only message is they don't like us. what do you that i so them? >> i think we are talking about this week is a fundamental shift we had in our party after the last election when we looked at the tactics and techniques it takes to win and put a permanent ground game in place around the country of more staffers now that will live and breathe in each of the states making relationships building connections and helping our candidates and second is making our party completely centered on digital and technology advances that benefit the entire party. the difference, chris, is this. what we are doing is a fundamental shift for a party. we are building a party send tri sent rick change here. what ofa did was built a fantastic operation that was great for one candidate who is sort of like one use only. and it has done so at the expense of the cdn. t
apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. tomorrow, music from big sean, the wanted. this is their new cd, coming out in september. "glad you came." you can see the full performance on jimmykimmellive.com. the wanted! ♪ ♪ the sun goes down the stars come out ♪ ♪ and all that counts is here and now ♪ ♪ my universe will never be the same ♪ ♪ i'm glad you came ♪ ♪ ♪ you cast a spell on me, spell on me ♪ ♪ you hit me like the sky fell on me, fell on me ♪ ♪ and i decided you look well on me, well on me ♪ ♪ so let's go somewhere no one else can see, you and me ♪ ♪ turn the lights down now ♪ i take you by the hand ♪ hand you another drink ♪ drink it if you can ♪ can you spend a little time ♪ time is lipping away ♪ away from us so stay ♪ stay with me i can make ♪ make you glad you came ♪ the sun goes down ♪ the stars come out ♪ and all that counts is here and now ♪ ♪ my universe will never be the same ♪ ♪ i'm glad you came ♪ i'm glad you came ♪ ♪ you cast a spell on me, spell on me ♪ ♪ you hit me like the sky fell on me
's home and sean hanni hannitys too. this is the birthday of william wells, bill berry and j.k j.k.rowling. and on this date pbs began experiments with their station, and 82 years is the exact median age of a 60 minute anchor. this is "viewpoint." >> i'm john fugelsang and this is "viewpoint." she's some of the smartest funny talented people on tv today. she's right here on current tv. i give you author, key median, brooklyn's own joy behar. >> hello, john. >> john: hello, joy. >> you forgot that i wash and feed the poor. i've healed many lepers. >> john: the media is upset over your final upset of "say anything with joy behar." >> you have another show apparent. >> i i do. can i say that it's my ending here? >> john: that's all i've read about. you've had a final appearance for another little program that you do called "the view" yesterday. >> yesterday we put something on tape, and it was a really nice goodbye show. we had a lot of guests. everybody knows if they've been reading anything, they know who they are. so i'm not telling tales. but there is six parts of it. they do th
in the accident.cie >> the metrobus had a green light, sean. >> all right. >> bob bob barnard. >> thank you. >>> nearly four years after a horrific shooting rampage in fort hood major nadal hasan is convicted on all counts of murder. he was found guilty in the attack and he is eligible for the death penalty. >> casey seeingel is in fort hood with the very latest. >> army major nadal hasan found guilty ofna all charges against him in the 2009 shooting rampage at fort hood. >> the panel of officers seated for the trial of united states versus major nadal hasan returned a verdict with a unanimous finding of guilty to first charge of 13 counts of premeditated murder and guiltynd of 32 counts of the additional t charges ofhe attempted premeditated murder. >> jury deliberations took about 6 1/2 hours following 11 days of testimony from nearly 90ness and closing arguments. >> hasan acted a as his own own defense attorney at the time only questioned 3 of the total witnesses and did not presentnot his closing arguments. >> before curable began he saide he is a soldier of allah and radical cleric was
was done in the run-up to benghazi. martha: you know, tell that to the mother of sean smith. tell that to the family members tyrone woods and glen doherty and chris stevens who still no doubt want answers to what happened. it raises questions about politics as well, byron. there is no doubt in my mind when we get into the heat of the political season, republicans and folks on the other side of the aisle from hillary clinton will pull the sound bite of her at that the hearing what difference does it make why it happened at this point, what difference does it make? it almost feel as though the link of evidence there, john kerry says i came into office. i performed my own exhaustive review what happened. these people did nothing wrong. done, over, tie a bow on it, this thing is finished. >> republicans will want to ask secretary kerry, what did you find out in your review that this high level administrative review board missed in their review? does that tell us we don't have the whole story? remember one thing, kind of sounds like a broken record, we still have not heard publicly, co
: for third baseman sean thomas the game means getting back on his feet. joe is helping him find his job. >> they have a lot of openings. >> reporter: for rose it's about belonging. >> i'm part of a team. part of society again. i love it. >> reporter: on joe carabello's diamond in the rough. helping make others america strong. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> we thank clayton and we thank you for watching. we always have the latest at abcnews.com. "nightline" will be here later and "world news" will be back tomorrow night. good night. >>> we're live at the bay bridge tonight you'll see what they've accomplished so far. >> how much luck bay area drivers are having navigating bridge autos what it's been like to cross the bay on bart and remarkable numbers they've tallied so far during the shut down. >> we'll give you a look at what is going to happen, and when after 76 years. >> from sky 7 hd, tonight, video of the bay bridge like you've never seen it before. the oakland end of the old bridge now being stripped to its gerters and taken apart. good evening, i'm ama daets. >> i'm caroly
defiance, saying they will defend themselves against any aggression. a few hundred kilometers away sean and panic. after more than two years of conflict, seems like this are a regular occurrence in many parts of syria. the president obama will act without one of the closest allies and friends he has already said there are core interests at stake for the united states, and that country whose violate international norms regarding chemical weapons need to be held accountable. simon mcgregor, london. started by asking james what the reaction had been to the vote. >> the u.n. is shocked that the loyal britts who safed by the americans in iraq and after dan stan will not be involved in this. are going to support this military action at the time. when he was speaking it looked as though there was a plan, a short path, a short attack, it looks like that is unraveling now. >> what does it mean for the possibility of the attack. >> they tried that again, they sat down with the other permanent numbers. looks like there's no way that russia is going to budge. the other problem is there was weapons
for hillary. you talk to sean smith's mother, she says watch out. here she is, pat smith. watch out for hillary. >> i still see pictures on that tv of bloody fingerprints on the wall thinking, are those my son's? people of the united states, hillary doesn't give a damn about you! what can i do? what can i do on this? i'm just at a loss for words. i want to know what happened, why my son is dead, who ordered that, and i don't want it to happen again to other people. >> anna: these are real people with real lives who lost their lives and their family members are still surviving, having to deal with the aftermath and going to bed at night not knowing what happened. terrible. >> steve: it is. it's now 7:11 in new york city. 7-11, good place to get a job. come to think of it, why get a job, because in 35 states, you can actually make more money if you're on welfare because in addition to state welfare, there are also something like 126 different programs where you can get money. take a look. 35 states where you can make more money on welfare than working. take a look. if you are lucky en
tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> secretary of state john kerry named sean casey hit his dear advisor on faith-based initiatives. dedicated on outreach to the global community. this is an outreach event for 30 minutes. [inaudible conversations] >> ladies and gentlemen, the secretary of state, john kerry, special advisor for faith-based initiatives and director of the white house office of security. >> thank you so much, everyone. thank you so much. i am really delighted to be here with you this morning. it is a great pleasure for me to take part in us. i'm convinced that this is one of the toughest challenges that we face in terms of global diplomacy and relationships around the world. we have had the challenges of many conflicts to the challenges of simply understanding people. we are talking about regions apart and things like global climate change, which is really a challenge. this includes the garden figures of gods creation. secretary of state and before that. i was a secretary before that. i had met with faith-based leaders all across the world. we met with many mem
of planned documentaries about hillary clinton. according to rnc communications director sean spicer, they simply don't want news organizations tipping the scales in the upcoming election. take a listen. >> it is about time the republican party started taking control of the debate process. we need to create a system that puts the party, the best interests of our candidates at stake. >> reporter: and that vote is expected to take place this morning. martha? martha: well, republicans had a lot to think over after the last election. they tried to cover a lot of ground in the past few days. have they? >> reporter: absolutely. that is essentially what this is. this is a big business meeting. the representatives, the committee men and women from all over the country come here to cover all the details and trying to really reach out, expand their ground game, particularly among young people all across the country and minority communities across the country. part of that is about technology. bettering their communications online, everything from facebook to other technological outreach. so th
. >>> today's tweet of the day comes from sean diddy combs. wrote happy birthday to the greatest performer of all time. michael jackson, there is only one king. you are so outta here! aah! [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition of great-tasting ensure. 24 vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and 9 grams of protein. [ bottle ] ensure®. nutrition in charge™. >>> mike tyson says he has the fight in his life, full of shocking revelations. he had a lot more to say in an interview with "today" show's mad lauer. >> when i start drinking and relapse, i think of dying. i don't know. i don't want to be around no more. >> reporter: he's known as a brutal competitor, iron mike, but it was his brutal honesty last week that has people talking. >> i won't survive if i don't get help. >> reporter: turning a press conference into a public confessional. >> i'm on the verge of dying, because i'm a vicious alcoholic. >> reporter: the former heavyweight champion went off script into the deepest recesses of his psyche. >> i'm negative, dark and i want to do bad stuff. >> reporter: one of the mo
investigate. this is why we're not going to let go of this. month ago, pat smith, mother of sean smith killed in benghazi. this is what she told stuart varney on you're world. >> it is not phony or and my son is dead. i'm waiting for someone to get back to me to tell me what happened? why did hillary do what she did? why was there no security there when there was supposed to be and who was the general or whoever it was that called back the troops when they were going to help. bill: that's tough stuff. no arrests were made. no arrests have been made 10 months down the road. you mentioned the tv network, they can go there and find a suspect and sit down and talk to him for two hours? and the beginning the administration said it was the fault of a movie. that was the story they put out initially. >> yeah, i mean that's, the making of a scandal. there are a lot of elements of this that we do not know still despite the fact that there have been a lot of hearings. the white house and the administration says that they have answered a lot of questions and they're ready to move on. the problem is the
star lindsay lohan says she is an addict. >> the discussion was, i was sitting with sean and we were talking about, are we going to fight this, take to it trial? and parts of my decision was at that point i strangely -- being in my addiction and everything, and having all the chaos around me i was so comfortable with, i somewhere inside knew and kinds of wanted to go to jail. martha: because she is addicted to alcohol and other drugs. she was released from court-ordered rehab. the interview is airing on the own network. gregg: some 46 detainees in gitmo considered so dangerous that the government will not release them. but they also won't try them for fear that national security secrets could be revealed. all of that could soon change as the united states begins to review their cases. the president wants to do it. kt macfarland, a fox news national security analyst joins us now. you think nothing speaks to the failure of president obama's war on terror policy than gitmo. >> when he became president the first directive was he was going to close gitmo. then we are not going to close gi
. for example, the after the -- m.i.t. cop who was sean callier, his family only wanted to talk to me. i talked to the brothers and column on did a that. after they pinched i call him joker, the second one that of the knew where some cops had gone. j.j. foleys, a great end.on the south i walked in at the same time as s.w.a.t. team.the jerry foley brought the beers. the great sergeant who saved lives the first -- if you listen to the tapes on the the bomb went off, there's a voice in the 9/11 keep the creaming -- roads open. keep the ring road open. screaming. that is danny keeler. i once described him as a former marine. i said i don't think there is such a thing. there was danny in the black s.w.a.t. outfit. younghere with a bunch of cops. toasted and said thank god this is over. the dead said to sean, cop then a third toast. in there to that because they knew who i was. somebody from a tv station showed up, they would have been escorted out of the bar. that kind of stuff -- this was deeply, deeply personal to the town. and at that moment, in a very for us, it's awkward because access is wha
and his 35-year sentence this morning. sean on the republican line from massachusetts. caller: any army based on anything to buy with the constitution is a hero in my mind. this government answers to the people. anybody, if you enlist today and you find that the government is violating the constitution, you have a responsibility to inform the public. in 1943 anyone who brought to light the massacre of the jews, they would say you violated your caller: i juster. wanted to, and that i thought the sentence was a bit harsh. he leaked a massive amount of information, that in light of what he released, it was a bit harsh. got handedt sentence down in light of the snowden constant -- controversially that got handed down recently. say thatnow if i would there were direct marching orders to the judge to give him a harsher sentence, but in light of more recent paranoia among the government about leaks, i would say this is a culture more directed at securing that sort of thing. us for --can call with your opinions. this is our independent line, good morning. i somewhat agree with the previous colo
. bill: you made that point last night with sean. you wonder too, what the democrats who want the nomination, how they would feel too if indeed these projects go forward on nbc and cnn you say you're looking at the debate calendar and you're also going to put a hold on who the moderators of the debates are. you think you were burned in 2012? >> i think that we made, or at least the candidates made a big mistake in raising their hand for every two hour debate offered absolutely. i think 23 debates is ridiculous. but, you know, but the second thing that is ridiculous is allowing moderators who are not serving the best interests of the candidates in the party, to actually be the people deposing our people. and think that is totally wrong and i think it is incumbent on the republican party today, to get its act together, put a reasonable debate calendar together, with the moderators that are not trying to kill us. bill: understood but as based on your statement yesterday, and the interview you did last night you're serious about this boycott, right? if cnn goes ahead and airs this
're not getting the same level of care? >> that is correct. sean manning, who is one of the victims and in fact the lead plaintiff in the suit that the victims were forced to bring against the government wrote an op-ed in the "washington post" the other day that lays out really in heart-wrenching detail the impact of the determination by the department of defense that this attack which obviously was terrorism and which the shooter admits was terrorism. it is classified as something else. it has tremendously deleterious impact on victims and frankly on a whole variety of larger policy issues that the government to date has really refused to address. patti ann: you mentioned the lawsuit. you have filed suit on behalf of about 150 victims and relatives of victims. saying essentially that the u.s. government should not have allowed to stay in the army given what you call his obvious jihaddist views. now i understand that lawsuit is on hold until the end of the court-martial? >> well, the government has asked the united states district court to put the lawsuit on hold until the completion of the cou
. >> reporter: for third baseman, sean thomas the game means getting back on his feet. joe is helping him find a job. >> i appreciate it, joe. >> they have a lot of openings. >> reporter: for rose it is about belonging. >> i am part of a team, a part of society again. i love it. >> reporter: on joe carobello's diamond in the rough. >> that a boy, mitch! >> reporter: clayton sandel, abc news, denver. >> it just takes one person with a brilliant idea. sometimes that is so brilliant. the kind of thing that cities across america should start adopting. a wonderful way. to bring people together. >> good for the soul. good for us. we should get out there. sunny lawson field they're playing on. newly restored. where my favorite writer in the whole world -- where jack kerouac watched, and talked about it in the book "on the road." >> did you write that? >> i did not. i saw that. >> i mentioned jack kerouac. >> must say something. about jack kerouac. a cool story. cool tidbit. >> next, we'll get into football. >> nfl teams were practicing. college kids were playing for real. an ending that will be hard
across the united states. sean penn as a surfer and stoner named jeff spicoli. featured stars, judge reinhold forest whitaker nicolas cage and jennifer jason leigh. the cast has been nominated for ten oscars winning four. all nominated for 18 golden globes, winning 5. the movie grossed more than $27 million at the box office and continues to be a cult classic. forest whitaker's role starring in "the butler." whitaker joins us on thursday on "cbs this morning." >>> would you share your doctor's point with a stranger? the number of visits offering group visits has doubled. dr. devi nampiaparampil has offered group visits. good morning. >> good morning. >> how does a group doctor visit work? >> right now, patients can have a lot of frustration with the health care system. if they have an appointment today, they may have to wait weeks for an appointment. even as they get that appointment, they may only have ten minutes with face-to-face visits. here with the group visit, you may have more face-to-face interaction with the doctor an hour to two hours. you may get to as
we'd all like to see right now. >> thanks for that. from the audience. >> hi, my name is sean lingus, i'm a reporter. my question is for mr. blizard and anyone else who wants to answer. it's been sate with regard to isac there aren't enough clearances in the industry for everyone who wants to participate. does nerc acknowledge this is a problem and, if so, what's being done to address it? >> sean, thanks for the question. we, industry recognized that we needed to get security clearances out to those that really need it, so then you do the simple math. i want to say there's 4,000 entityies, and you come up with a model that maybe three or four clearances are needed per entity. you do the math, it's just simply not achievable with the budget constraints, the handling of that many background investigations, etc., etc. so who really should get those clearances? well, the cip committee, the technical committee that reports directly to the board of directors, tackled this problem about the last eight months. we formed a task force, and we built a product. that's one of the reports that's g
in certain parts of the country. other questions? >> thank you for putting on this panel. my name is sean. my most relevant affiliation if i attended a very small public school in illinois, graduate class of 1998. i wanted to ask you about are their constituency that are affected in the wake of consolidation? i went to a school that had been consolidated in the past and looking for the potential of being consolidated again. it seems to me that anecdote of glee when a town loses their school, that you seek lots of loss and community identity and vitality. you see the communities age, people tend to move where the schools end up. you see businesses dry up and property values drop. at least it is conceivable that efficiency the cost for students, you see losses in that community's economy and their kind of identity because a lot of these small towns, the school is what kind of brings the town together. so i was wondering if the panel had any thoughts about that. i know that small, rural districts where the focus of the report, but it has been brought up. >> that was one of your main points. >> i
you. this lady here next to sean. >> a little bit more about how marketplace pressures affect the work that your organization does? years ago there was the camel news hour. today there is more instances of advertising perhaps masquerading as journalism. >> are you trying to get us in trouble? [laughter] >> you asked about the sponsor content in that kind of thing? >> just perhaps what challenges your organization has faced in either keeping that it may or trying to do something with it? >> for us we are a little bit different than a lot of organizations because we don't have advertisement. we don't have down there at some we don't have pop-up ads and things like that. the advertising that is done on our site is responsive content and is labeled as such. it says this post is sponsored by or written by the acme widget corp. and it is very much in line with how we do things in terms of how the advertising is generally written in presented mostly because we do viral marketing. if the advertisements are done the same way the way we get our stories out is to write them in a way that people w
a little bit. >> during the game, he drove in four runners and drove home his message to third grader, sean mclaughlin. >> you can do a lot of stuff. >> in the end, a win for the visiting wounded warriors, but the home team fans still have plenty of reasons to cheer. >> everybody just stops and watches, when we watch these people and honor them in some way, right? >> these policemen, these fireman. you brought up that before 9/11, we didn't always give them the reverence that they should have. i mean, heroes and those victims, just amazing. they run into us. they keep going. >> and that little boy, you can imagine, doing a lot with that one leg. that's a metaphor. a lot of people should listen to. >> i didn't cry yesterday, was that stuff gets me a little close. up next, speaking of fenway park, why new york city's next mayor should be a red sox fan. the surprising admission from candidate bill deblasio. "morning joe" will be right back. it's back to school time and we're talking with maria about the walmart low price guarantee. you got your list? let's go. if you find a lower advertised pr
. pat smith is the mother of slain officer sean smith. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> steve: four dead americans and nobody at the department of state where there were calls for more security there, nobody held responsible. your feeling? >> my feeling on this? it's hillary, it's her department. she should have been on top of it. if she wasn't, why not? >> steve: when she was testifying -- back in december, these images are from january where she said, what difference does it make. in december, they did suspend these four mid-level people. do you feel that they were simply scapegoats, because they had to blame somebody? >> i don't know what they're reasons were. all i do know is that hillary was responsible, it was her department. and if it wasn't her, then it was obama who left on vacation as soon as it happened. >> steve: you got to remember, it was the run up to the election and the president of the united states, you know, he had been telling people that we have al-qaeda on the run and terrorism, don't really worry about it and boom, this goes on over there and
will become less robotic, more natural. it will say joe -- >> like sean connery telling you how nice you look. >> so, joe, have you been working out? things like that. >>> our newsmaker of the morning, he looks good, treasury secretary jack lew. he'll sit down with john harwood at 7:30 eastern. john will join us from washington with a -- oh! he's right there. i want to talk about the other thing, larry summers. you are the man! you are the man. who was your source? can you tell us that? >> hey, joe? >> yeah? >> before we get there, can i just suggest to you, you might be able to get that app that trades siri for miley cyrus? she'll talk to you on your iphone that way. >> yeah. >> ow. >> i'd like a twerking iphone. will that -- man, that got a lot of play. >> she's only 20 years old, come on. >> it works so well. whoever her manager is, i want to hire him, but should i twerk? do you think that would help? maybe i could get on tv -- >> no, please, do not. >> i don't think this will work. >> is there anywhere that i can do that now? >> john, someone inside -- i'll tell you what, this -- i'm not
officers and their supporters. they're here to remember their fallen brothers and sisters. including sean collier, the young mit police officer who was shot and killed by the alleged boston marathon bombers. 200 officers from more than 75 departments are riding. >> and i am very, very sorry for your loss. >> they stop at the site of officer collier's death to pay tribute. the procession continues to the state house. for a memorial service honoring all of the fallen officers in massachusetts. ♪ o say can you see -- >> your service is what makes us safe and your sacrifices protect our freedom. >> reporter: leading the charge, harry harrington, a former police officer and the founder of ride for cops. >> the mission for ride for cops is simple. it is to raise support for families of fallen police officers and raise awareness of the dangers of law enforcement. 100% of the money we raise goes back to support law enforcement and almost all of it back to support the families of our fallen heros. >> reporter: and for the friends and families of the fallen officers. >> today's event meant to me
. back breaking work contains the nation's most dangerous inferno. sean moore is a second generation fireman. the engine boss will spend two weeks facing the firestorm, about as much time as he spent at home this fire season with his 8-month-old son. >> my wife is sendg me photos and videos of him every night. different things he's starting to do that i'm not there for. >> idaho's beaver creek fire is massive. the size of denver. only one home has been destroyed but this morning, 1200 are threatened. the johnsons evacuated their dream home for a shelter six days ago. i think we'll be okay as long as mother nature cooperates. the firefighters are doing their job and i'm feeling optimistic. >> reporter: with fires burning faster and hotter than ever before, the drought out west is fueling 48 major wildfires. in california alone, 9 of 19 national forests are on fire. nationwide, 18,000 firefighters are on the front lines today. >> we can mitigate that hazard by not having somebody in there. >> i agree. >> reporter: the fire fight out west tough on the frontlines and at home. overnight m
is sean and i'm a reporter with federal times a publication that covers the federal agencies so we do a lot of agencies. tony i completely agree with you with what you said about -- i would also have their agencies that will not deal with reporters on any basis except e-mail. as an employee you probably know -- >> it drives me crazy. >> a treasury employer doesn't check her messages. send her an e-mail. to get to my question though one frustration i found in covering the government is a lot of pao's and i'm asking the context of principles essentially that the dao should follow that they are political appointees and the only qualification for the job and this was true for for the obamas ration is the work on the campaign. should that be allowed? >> look, i think you want to try to find talent where you can and try to match it up. there is the public affairs office. they actually do work for the people who are elected and they are answerable to them in the cases where they are political appointees. i was a political appointee. so i think i don't think you can change the whole sub inner
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